D10 highlights: Tim Cook on Steve Jobs, Apple TV and Facebook (with video)

“Tim Cook learned a lot from Steve Jobs, and one of the big takeaways seems to be: Don’t tip your hand,” Peter Kafka reports for AllThingsD. “The Apple CEO was unwilling to tackle questions about any future product plans during his first appearance on the D10 stage Wednesday night.”

“But Walt Mossberg and Kara Swisher were still able to extract all sorts of insight from Cook, on topics ranging from his old relationship with Jobs to his current relationship with Facebook,” Kafka reports. “And yes, he talked about Apple TV — but only the one he’s selling right now.”

Read more in the full article here.

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6 Comments

  1. Much more respect and over all great feeling hearing Cook at D10. Yes Apple is in good hands. Double down on the secrecy – protect innovation and development better. This will blow our minds when we finally see what APple has.

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